February 1, 2016 12:33 PM
It has not been a good few days for the Georgia Republican Party. I take no joy in the following two items, as I invested so much time, energy, and money into the GAGOP over the last decade. I also have people that I admire, respect, and share a friendship with that are in the midst of each one.
As we have posted here before, the GAGOP is going through a period of financial difficulty. The AJC added to the story today that the GAGOP Executive Committee will have an emergency meeting on Saturday, February 13 to discuss those financial issues.
Justin Tomczak, longtime Republican activist (used with permission by Mr. Tomczak):
“It’s good to see the District Chairs calling for an accounting of what has taken place over the past 3 years. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been wasted with little to nothing to show for it. I am hopeful that this meeting will result in significant changes as we head towards the Presidential Election.”
While some may be hoping for the worst, it is my hopes that the ship can be righted.
Issues in the Newton County GOP after the break
If you enjoy soap operas or the WWE, take a few minutes and read an excellent article by Bryan Fazio at The Covington News entitled “Newton GOP makes changes ahead of nominating meetings.” He does a play-by-play recap of the confusion of two differing ads being run by two different groups for two different precinct mass meetings for one Newton GOP. He also does a rundown of how the Party got to that point.
Read it. You will not be disappointed.